Kimock to play Ardmore Music Hall Saturday night

Article Contributed by Christopher Snyder | Published on Tuesday, September 24, 2019

23 East Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, PA has so many memories over the years. Ardmore Music Hall always brings the best talent from around the country. This coming weekend is no exception. On Saturday evening, Steve Kimock will be gracing the stage. Kimock known for his work over the decades with groups related to The Grateful Dead such as Phil Leah & Friends (1998-1999), The Other Ones (1998-2000) and performed with The Rhythm Devils (Mickey Hart & Bill Kreutzmann). One of the most prominent musical ventures that Mr. Kimock was involved with was KVHW with Bobby Vega, Alan Hertz and Ray White. You can tell Kimock’s guitar tone from a mile away. Joining in on the fun for “An Evening with Steve Kimock & Friends” will be Reed Mathis on bass (Tea Leaf Green/JFJO), Jeff Chimenti keyboards (Furthur/Dead & Company), and John Morgan Kimock (Mike Gordon Band). This is sure to be a night of beautiful improvisation.

Jimmy Herring, who has a list of projects a mile long, is well known for being a founding member of Aquarium Rescue Unit and Jazz Is Dead. Taking up the guitar as a teenager in North Carolina, Herring has been letting his guitar do the speaking in legendary rock/jamband southerners, Widespread Panic, since 2006.

On Sunday, Jimmy will be bringing some top-notch musicians with him as he performs with newly formed group “The 5 Of 7”. Bassist Kevin Scott (King Baby), Darren Scott (Delta Moon) holding the beat down on the drums, tickling the ivories will be, Matt Slocum (Oteil & The Peacemakers) and rounding out the five piece is Atlanta based guitarist, Rick Lollar.

Kimock and Herring May be in the spotlight during the weekend with their wizardy guitar licks, but each band member on both nights are sure to bring you a smile across your face.

Tickets for both shows this weekend can be purchased at: